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2016

A snapshot of Transition in ... Japan, Apr 20 [1]

2015

This Japanese town is on target to produce zero trash, December 11 [2]

Greenery to Citizens! -- Urban Agriculture in Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, October [3]

'Omusubi Money': Local Currency at Kids' Markets Empowers Communities in Japan, August [4]

2014

Community and Locally-led Renewable Energy Projects Highlighted in Renewables Japan Status Report 2014, September 21 [5]

Japan will soon have the world’s largest floating solar power plant, September 12 [6]

Toyama City Works Toward Compact City Utilizing Public Transportation, March 27 [7]

Fukushima Pledges To Go 100 Percent Renewable, February 5 [8]

2009

Graveyards, Golf Courses, Forests Or Farmland? [9] December 10

Japan vows 25% reduction by 2020 compared with 1990 levels, but dependent on other nations agreeing targets at December's climate talks in Copenhagen, [10] September 7

Japan and South Korea launch Green New Deals, [11] January 9

2008

Climate change: How quest for zero waste community means sorting the rubbish 34 ways, [12] August 5

Blogs

Tokyo Green Space


References

  1. Transition Network
  2. huffingtonpost.com
  3. Japan for Sustainability
  4. Japan for Sustainability
  5. Japan for Sustainability
  6. theclimategroup.org
  7. Japan for Sustainability
  8. ThinkProgress
  9. Kurashi - News From Japan
  10. BBC news
  11. United Nations Environment Programme
  12. The Guardian